The Ukrainian Language Portal [UNDER CONSTRUCTION]
Hi! This is a post where you can find out a whole load of references to the Ukrainian, including grammar, alphabet, free resources, listening comprehension and more!
Here you can learn all about the beautiful language that you have decided to learn. Ukrainian is an east Slavic language spoken by about 40M primarily in western and central Ukraine and is considered as melodic as Italian or French!
This is a great resource for learners of the Ukrainian language, it includes explanations on verbs, cases, alphabet and more!
Dictionaries and Conjugators
These are works in progress, they will be closer to completion at a later date!
- English -> Ukrainian Dictionary
- Ukrainian -> English Dictionary
- How you can help!
Here you can find a list of FREE resources to help you in your Ukrainian language journey!
Phrasebook [Coming Soon]
A free online phrasebook so you can learn Ukrainian (and a smidgen of Russian) for your trip to Ukraine!
This post will include dialogues, activity sheets and short stories written in Ukrainian with the aim of helping you understand more of the Ukrainian language!
Here you can find some great resources for learning the Ukrainian language!
Here are a list of clubs for the Ukrainian language. If you want to add yours, comment your code below!
- TseDanylo -
- cwl1217 - 4MGFSY
I just wanted you to know what a wonderful resource this is to learners everywhere. Once it is finished, I think it should be stickied. :) Also, I see your open discussions and was wondering if I could help make some of the posts? I'm not an expert but would be happy to help if possible, especially on the Kyiv vs. Kiev and Comparing Ukrainian to other Slavic Languages.
To answer your questions;
- It's already sticked (Woop woop!)
- The open discussions will be on the discussion forums where people can discuss things (it will be up after the portal is finished) Help will be gladly accepted! XD
- I've seen the website, but I think the Read Ukrainian! section is the most relevant :)
Kyiv vs. Kiev? The both words are correct, BUT... The main difference contains from which language do you translate. If you translate from Ukrainian language then correct solution is "Kyiv" (because it is sounds more correctly and also because the gramatic rules), in same time from the Russian language it translates like "Kiev"... That is all difference between of this two words. P.S. In pronunciation you can do like "Ky-jiv"
I'm learning Russian right now and I would like to master it so that I would manage to understand some Ukrainian too. I've done the first skill though and learnt its alphabet.
However, I think I'll move on learning it because I love the fact that it's very similar to Russian and I don't usually get confused between languages, even if they're similar to each other. And well, with your posts if will be a pleasant stroll!
So, yeah, thanks for the input!
YOUR GRAMMAR IS HORRENDOUS!
Ukrainian Grammar Portal [UNDER CONSTRUCTION] TseDanyloXD 11 11 10 10 9 9 8 8 8 7 7 6 6 5 5 4 3 3 3 2 34 Hi! This is a grammar reference for the people who are learning Ukrainian and want to find a quick and easy way to review grammar. I will try to post regularly and the links will be added onto the bullet points below. If there is anything you want to be added to the list, please comment below.
VIDEO:All About Ukrainian What is Ukrainian? Why bother learn Ukrainian? How similar ARE Ukrainian and Russian? How similar ARE Ukrainian and Polish? How similar is Ukrainian to other Slavic languages? Ukrainian Dialects Introduction
GET PRANKED Ukrainian Alphabet Overview of Ukrainian Grammar Glossary of Grammatical Terms Verbs
Personal Pronouns Present Tense Transitive Verbs Dative Verbs Reflexive Verbs Past Tense Future Tense Conditional Tense Verb Aspects Nouns
Gender [Advanced] Adjectives and Gender Agreement Comparitives Superlatives Forming the Plural Possesive Pronouns Hard, Soft and Mixed Masculine [Animate] Masculine [Inanimate] Feminine Neuter I'm GOING TO* leave the last few posts in this section until the Cases section is complete :)
Overview of cases Case Endings The Nominative Case Genitive Dative Accusative Instrumental Locative Vocative Resources
Below are some great resources for learning Ukrainian!
Olga Reznikova - Ukrainian Youtuber Kids TV in Ukrainian Molode Radio TED Talks with Ukrainian subtitles Ukrainian Podcasts Online Courses
A small Ukrainian course by Wikibooks Free PDF File of "Teach Yourself Ukrainian" Read Ukrainian! In Depth Course Dealing With Stress and Inotation in Ukrainian Dictionaries
Ukrainian Dictionary with full conjugations of nouns and verbs FREE Online Games
Learn To Write Cursive Ukrainian All The Verbs of Motion Free Interactive Games Surface Languages Ukrainian Course Babadum - A fun game site Grammar
Grammar Reference Memrise
Memrise Ukrainian Page Ukrainian For Those Who Cannot - My beginners memrise course Once the portal is closer to completion these will be added.
Open Discussions [COMING SOON]
Kyiv VS. Kiev? Mixing Latin and Cyrillic Letters Russianisms Polishisms Comparing Ukrainian To Other Slavic Languages Bonus Skills Ukrainian Phrasebook [COMING SOON]
Greetings & Introductions Language Problems Conversation About You Getting Around At a Restaurant At The Doctors Numbers and Amounts Days, Months, Dates Basic Colliquial Russian Ukrainian Listening Comprehension [COMING SOON]
Vlada shows us her city The animals in a Kyivan zoo!